Gas and electricity networks are becoming more complex with the arrival of many decentralized injection facilities (photovoltaic, wind, batteries, biomethane...)
In parallel, the liberalisation of energy markets at European level has seen the creation of new players (suppliers, flexibility aggregators, etc.) and associated innovative offers.
This complexity requires a systemic approach, both at a local (smart-grid/micro-grid) and national level (aggregation, gas/electricity coupling, transport integration).
We maintain our expertise on these increasingly complex subjects by combining:
In-depth knowledge of technological innovations (e.g. Batteries, Renewable Energies, HVDC Networks and associated sensors, Micro-inverters, Biomethane (including 2 and 3G), Power-To-Gas, Renewable Hydrogen...)
- Monitoring of the regulatory framework and associated national and international rules (Capacity Market, Primary Reserve, Complementary Remuneration, Energy Savings Certificates (EEC), Connected Meters, Network Injection, Individual and Collective Own Consumption...)